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Pt. Fayaz Khan treats music-lovers in city
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Pt. Fayaz Khan treats music-lovers in city

Pt. Fayaz Khan is seen presenting a Hindustani vocal recital at the ongoing 56th Heritage Music Festival organised by SPVGMC Trust as part of Ganesha Festival at 8th Cross, V.V. Mohalla, in city last evening. He was accompanied by Pt. Deepak Marathe on Harmonium and Ustad Ravindra Yavagal on Tabla. On the occasion, the Trust…

MCC Ward 32 By-poll
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MCC Ward 32 By-poll

Mysuru: Today being the last day for filing of nomination papers, three candidates, including an Independent, filed their papers this morning for the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) Ward 32 by-poll scheduled on July 2. SBM Manju of JD(S), K. Madesh of BJP and Lalana Dhanraj, a Congress rebel candidate, filed their nomination papers with MCC…

Sri Ramanavami Music Festival in VV Mohalla from tomorrow
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Sri Ramanavami Music Festival in VV Mohalla from tomorrow

Sri Ramaseva Mandali Charitable Trust is starting its 23rd Music series from tomorrow (Mar. 28) at Sri Prasanna Parvathi Kalyana Mantapa, next to Sri Chandramouleshwara Temple, V.V.Mohalla. As usual, daily mornings there will be the religious activities such as Ramayana Parayana, Navagraha Japa, Abhisheka etc.with  Sita Sahasranama Ashtottara and Sri Rama Pattabhisheka on Apr. 6….

Girl goes missing from city
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Girl goes missing from city

Adding to the list of people going missing from city, a 13-year-old girl has been reported missing from V.V. Puram Police limits here from Feb. 17. The missing girl, identified as E. Usha, resident of 2nd Cross in V.V. Mohalla, left home for school at about 9 am on Feb. 17 and has since gone…

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